Author Laurel Ostiguy opens
the show with a look at her new book, “Lying In Wait.” It's the
continuation of her ongoing Onondoga
This book looks at the subject of assaults on college campuses and
one young woman's attempts to investigate it. Laurel shares the
planning process, how she worked on the continuation of the story,
and the many characters that have come up.
Smith was on the show many years back for his last book, “Emergency
Deep,” and this week he returns for his new title, “The Priceless
Shaman Protocol.” This tale is a sci-fi thriller that begins with a
ransom and includes cutting-edge technology way beyond what we know.
Richard shares the writing process and also some of the hurdles faced
by independent authors.
Unanue's book looks at the topic of bullying through the eyes of
two cats. Keep reading, it's a great story! “The Adventures of
Phatty and Payaso” follows two felines as they take on a villainous
hawk in Central Park, making friends and having a great adventure.
She also has a social media campaign using the LetsAllBeKind hashtag
to encourage people to do good things for one another.
Cameron Sutphin closes out the show with a look at his upcoming
Winter Acoustic Tour. Currently living in Nashville, Cameron is a
Connecticut native who's planning a move to New Hampshire in
February. He's a full-time musician, and shares some tips on how to
take music and make it the new 9-5.